EEG (Electroencephalography) Electroencephalography (EEG) is a simple and at the same time extremely informative method for diagnosing the state of the central nervous system, based on the study of the bioelectrical activity of nerve cells in various areas of the cerebral cortex.
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1 Assessment of the state of the brain;
2 Identification of functional and organic disorders, lesions;
3 Differential diagnosis of epileptic activity: determination of the type of epileptic seizures;
4 Monitoring the effectiveness of ongoing therapy. Electroencephalography is prescribed: > for circulatory disorders of the brain (for example, strokes); > with neurotic disorders; > with frequent bouts of dizziness and headaches; > problems with memory and concentration; > with recurrent convulsive and fainting conditions; > with various sleep disorders (insomnia, somnabulism, etc.); > if you suspect the presence of neoplasms of the brain; > with delayed speech and psychomotor development, stuttering; > with tics in children; > with cerebral palsy; > after a traumatic brain injury; > to assess professional suitability: the study is mandatory for drivers, machinists and representatives of other professions that require constant attention and quick response to suddenly emerging situations in high-risk conditions. An EEG can detect any abnormalities in the brain, as they affect its functioning and make changes to the electrical signals generated by the brain.